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The Suffolk Journal

“Meet the Republicans” aimed to introduce conservative ideals and dispel stereotypes

Angela Bray
September 30, 2009
Filed under Boston, Campus, News

Article By: Angela Bray Last Wednesday, SuffolkGOP held a, “Meet the Republicans” event to discuss Republican values and beliefs. Members of SuffolkGOP favor debates and discussions, bringing opinions and desires together. SuffolkGOP President, junior Karl Hoffman, opened up the meeting w...

IDE founder discusses solution to poverty

September 30, 2009
Filed under Campus, News

By: Kelly Harvell Paul Polak, founder of International Development Enterprise (IDE) and author of “Out of Poverty,” spoke Thursday night at the C. Walsh Theater about his solutions to take the 800 million people around the world living with less than one dollar a day out of poverty. Polak started by showi...

Suffolk fights Breast Cancer

September 30, 2009
Filed under Campus, News

By: Alexandra Proctor National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM) is a nationwide event established to raise awareness about early detection and treatment of breast cancer. 2009 marks the 25th anniversary of NBCAM, as well as, Suffolk University’s eighth year participating in a school-wide celebration of ...

Suffolk student wins big at CollegeFest

September 30, 2009
Filed under Boston, Campus, News

By: Ethan Long For the past 24 years, CollegeFest has attracted students from Boston area colleges and universities to its annual two-day event held at the Hynes Convention Center. Inside, different companies showed off new technologies, deals, and freebies for students in Boston, and entertainer...

Emerson ranked most dangerous college; Suffolk appears nowhere on list

Jeff Fish
September 30, 2009
Filed under Boston, Campus, News

By: Jeff Fish Emerson College made headlines last week when it was deemed the most dangerous college in the country in a study conducted by the news and opinion website, The Daily Beast, raising eyebrows in the Suffolk community as to why the University, which shares much of its campus with Emerson, di...

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